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Wild Frosty

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Wild Frosty
KatFL Wild Frosty artwork.png
In-game artwork of Wild Frosty from Kirby and the Forgotten Land.
Debut game Kirby and the Forgotten Land (2022)
Copy Ability Ice
Similar to Mr. Frosty
Theme music

Main theme used when battling Wild Frosty in Kirby and the Forgotten Land.

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The mysterious vortex brought Mr. Frosty to the new world too! He arrived shortly before Kirby and immediately joined the Beast Pack. (The change in wardrobe must have made it an easy choice.) It's tough to be the new guy, but his fellow beasts love working with him.
— Figure description from Kirby and the Forgotten Land

Wild Frosty is a variant of Mr. Frosty who belongs to the Beast Pack and appears in Kirby and the Forgotten Land, serving as a Mid-Boss in that game. He is similar in appearance to his regular counterpart, but much larger, and with a more disheveled and unkempt appearance: his overalls are torn up, he has blue streaks of fur or possibly warpaint on his hands and face, and he has a large blue beard. His upper lip is also partially frozen, with hanging icicles that resemble sharp teeth. He attacks by creating and tossing different sizes of snowballs, as well as snowmen. He also will attempt to crush Kirby and dash after him, sometimes managing to eat him. One of Kirby's Evolved Copy AbilitiesFrosty Ice—is based on Wild Frosty.


Wild Frosty appears in the following stages:

In addition, Wild Frosty also appears as a mid-boss in the following Treasure Road areas:


The following lists all of Wild Frosty's attacks (attack names are from pages 98 and 99 of the Kirby and the Forgotten Land Perfect Support Guide).

Wild Frosty's attacks in Kirby and the Forgotten Land  
Attack Description Variants
Wild Frosty preps, then charges with great speed at Kirby. He then crashes to the floor, leaving two Dropped Stars on impact. In the second phase, his tougher variant turns around after the initial charge to try to dash into Kirby again.
Body Press
Wild Frosty jumps high into the air, and then belly-flops to the ground, trying to land on Kirby. This attack leaves two Dropped Stars on landing. This attack is never used by the harder variant.
Snowball Throw
Wild Frosty positions away from Kirby, then tosses three snowballs in the air, and bounces them off his rump toward Kirby. These can be inhaled.
Snowman Throw
Wild Frosty positions away from Kirby, then tosses two waves of two snowballs in the air that form snowmen, and then sends them towards Kirby. The bouncing snowmen weakly home in on Kirby's positioning. Both the snowmen and snowballs can be inhaled. This attack is only used by the harder variant.
Ice Body Press
Wild Frosty jumps high into the air, and then belly-flops to the ground, trying to land on Kirby. This attack leaves behind two Dropped Stars and an icicle in front of him after landing. This attack is only used by the harder variant.
Second phase only  
Giant Snowball Throw
Wild Frosty creates a giant snowball and tosses it at Kirby. As it travels, it shrinks in size and leaves a trail of ice spikes behind, bouncing off the edges of the arena. The snowball can be prematurely melted with fire attacks. For the tougher version of this fight, the even bigger snowball splits in two after colliding with a wall.
Ice Mouthful
Wild Frosty runs at moderate pace after Kirby for a while. If he catches Kirby, Wild Frosty eats him and damages him by chewing on him repeatedly. Mashing directions on the Control Stick can help Kirby escape quicker. If Kirby can keep ahead of Wild Frosty for long enough, he will eventually stop and catch his breath for a few seconds.
Triple Body Press
Wild Frosty makes a series of cartwheel leaps toward Kirby, finishing with a big slam that produces an icicle in front and leaves two Dropped Stars behind. This attack is used only by the harder variant.

Across all battles, Wild Frosty enters Phase 2 when his HP is below 55%. He takes 0.2× damage during his introductory pose at the start of the battle and when roaring at the start of phase 2.

Wild Frosty's HP Values[1]
Stage Regular ver. Tougher ver.
A Trip to Alivel Mall 450 No
The Battle of Blizzard Bridge 450 800 (secret route for one of the Twins only)
Conquer the Inferno Road 600 No
Freezing Fight! Frosty Ice Trial 450 No
Forgo Park No 800
Forgo Horns No 500
Forgo Zone No 500
Slash! Morpho Knight Sword Trial No 500
Colosseum 270 480
Reference: A Star Bullet does 80 damage.


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ワイルドフロスト
Wairudo Furosuto
Wild Frost
Chinese 狂野冰霜
Kuángyě Bīngshuāng
Wild Frost
Dutch Wilde Frosty Wild Frosty
French Frigor Efik sauvage Wild Mr. Frosty
German Wilder Eisbert Wild Frosty
Italian Dadopagos selvaggio Wild Mr. Frosty
Korean 와일드 프로스티
Waildeu Peuroseuti
Wild Frosty
Spanish Sr. Mórsez salvaje Wild Mr. Frosty